seat noun (FURNITURE) translate to Mandarin Chinese
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noun [C] (FURNITURE)
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/siːt/
a piece of furniture or part of a train, plane, etc. that has been designed for someone to sit on
座,座位
Chairs, stools, sofas and benches are different types of seat.
椅子、凳子、沙发和长凳是不同类型的座位。
Please have/take a seat (= sit down).
请坐。
A car usually has a driver's seat, a front/passenger seat and back/rear seats.
小轿车通常有一个驾驶座、一个前座/客座和几个后排座。
My ticket says 22D but there's already someone in (= sitting on) that seat.
我的票是22D,但已经有人占了那个位子。
Is this seat free/taken (= Is anyone using it)?
这个位子有人吗?
Would you keep (= stop anyone else from sitting in) my seat (for me) while I go to the buffet car?
我去餐车时,你能否帮我看着我的座位?
formal Please keep your seats (= stay sitting down) until asked to leave.
没叫你们离开之前请不要离开座位。
Could I book/reserve two seats (= arrange for a seat to be officially kept for me) for tomorrow evening's performance?
我可以预订两张明晚演出的票吗?
Chairs and seats
(Definition of seat noun (FURNITURE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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